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"Key Pointers for Entering Works in Student Film Festivals"
by David Kaminski
On many occasions I have seen very good – and sometimes extraordinary work – created by young, first-time filmmakers that has never been submitted to a festival, nor recognized with an award. At the same time, I have been aware of contests and festivals with very few entries. Clearly, these were missed opportunities. If you have been thinking lately about entering your students’ works – or your own works, if you are a student – in a student film festival, here are some key pointers...
"Networking at Film Festivals"
by Fred Ginsburg, CAS, Ph. D.
If you are fortunate enough to be able to attend a major film festival or conference, it is a golden opportunity for networking. Let’s face it, you are not spending all that time and money just to watch a bunch of films; you can pretty much do that at home! You are there to hobnob with the PLAYERS in the industry, to make career connections, and jump onto the fast track of the filmmaking path. Here are some tips for enhancing your chances of successful self-promotion...
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|21st Annual Scriptapalooza Television Writing Competition
Our intention is to help open doors for the aspiring television writer. We are accepting: one hour dramas, sitcoms, original pilots, and reality shows.
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Scriptapalooza TV Alumni:
- Barbara Schwartz wins Daytime Emmy for Rugrats
- Andrew Colville wins WGA award, writes for Mad Men
- Aaron Blitzstein writes for Comedy Central
- Jason Nieves develops and produces Latino 101
- Scott Gray writes The Backyardigans
- numerous writers have gotten agents, managers and meetings
EARLY DEADLINE OCTOBER 8
2019 IBC Awards Ceremony
The 2019 IBC Awards Ceremony will announce the winners of the new Young Pioneer and Social Impact Awards, and the winners and finalists of the prestigious Content Creation, Content Distribution and Content Everywhere Innovation Awards. With an all-star line-up of presenters, judges and guests, make sure you attend the ceremony to network with the best in the industry and celebrate some of the most exciting and stimulating content from the year. Open to all IBC attendees, the event takes place Sunday, September 15, in the Auditorium. Visit the StudentFilmmakers.com & StudentFilmmakers Magazine exhibit booth at the show >>
"Faces" Call for Entries
Ansel Adams once said: "You don't take a photograph, you make it." PDN Faces recognizes the powerful portraits that photographers make, including assignment and personal work, plus celebrity, animal and kids portraiture. Two Grand Prize winners will receive a large cash prize ($2,500 for a professional and $1,500 for an emerging photographer), a one-page feature in PDN and a $500 gift card to B&H. Ten First Place winners will receive $100 gift cards to B&H.
StudentFilmmakers.com & StudentFilmmakers Magazine will be exhibiting at PHOTOPLUS. Visit Booth 665 >>
Visit StudentFilmmakers Magazine Booth # N1058 at 2019 NAB Show New York – Manhattan, NYC
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